• Parent IgNIGHT

    Research shows that students do better when parents and the community are involved - test scores rise, remediation rates drop, graduation rates improve, and everyone understands and values their roles in the success of our students. Platte County School District's Parent IgNIGHT series of informative parent sessions is designed to include, inform, involve, and ignite parents, as we believe included, informed, and involved parents can contribute to student success. Join us for our next informative session!

  • Resilience: The Biology of Stress & The Science of Hope

    Summer, 2019, Location TBD


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  • Safeguarding our Children, Part II: Drugs, Vaping, Alcohol, and other Distractions

    May 1, 2019, 6:30-8:00pm, Platte City Middle School


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  • Reading, Math, and Study Strategies at Home

    Parent IgNIGHT banner March 13, 2019, 6:30-8:00pm, Pathfinder Elementary


    This session will feature in-house elementary reading and math experts who will share strategies and resources for parents to use at home. Join us on Wednesday, March 13, at Pathfinder Elementary, 6:30 p.m. 

    If you were unable to join us for this session, you can view our presentation here, and check out the attached handouts that contain a variety of reading/English Language Arts and math resources recommended by our team of experts. We'll be posting a video of the event here once edited.


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  • Safeguarding our Children Part I: Protecting our Children in the Digital World

    Parent IgNIGHT image of boy playing on phone November 27, 2018, 6:30-8:00pm, Paxton Center


    Join us to increase your awareness of potentially dangerous apps and social media behavior, what our schools are doing to educate students about online safety, and what you as a parent can do to help keep your child safe. During this session, parents will hear from Dr. Mike Brown, Assistant Superintendent; Dr. Jennifer Beutel, Executive Director of Pupil Services; and Russ Tuttle, of the Stop Trafficking Project. 


    If you were unable to join us for this session, you can view our presentation here, or review the attached handouts we created after collaborating with our expert speaker. We also streamed our presentation via Facebook Live on our Platte County School District Facebook page.


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